Broward College Experts for 2014 Hurricane Season
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (July 1, 2014) – As the 2014 hurricane season approaches, Broward College
experts are available to discuss issues surrounding hurricane preparation and
a Workforce Development clinician and emergency nurse specialty coordinator at
Broward College and Memorial Healthcare System, has more than 17 years of
experience working on the South Florida Medical Assistance Team. Hauss is
available to provide information on hurricane preparedness for the general
public, the elderly and disabled, as well as caregivers. She can be
reached at 954-201-4855 or email@example.com.
associate dean of the Institute of Public Safety at Broward College, has more
than 20 years of police experience with the Coral Springs Police Department. He
is available to discuss how to prepare for a storm. Shives can be reached at
954-201-6801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
director of safety and the chief fire official at Broward College, is available
to discuss how to safely operate a generator during a power outage in order to
avoid carbon monoxide poisoning, as well as precautions to take when using
grills, camp stoves, or other gasoline, propane, natural gas or
charcoal-burning devices. Robinson can be reached at 954-201-5323 or email@example.com.
an assistant professor of environmental science and microbiology with a
master’s degree in zoology, is available to provide information on the impact
hurricanes have on marine and wildlife, such as sea turtle nests being exposed
and destroyed due to beach erosion, and the danger posed to fish, crabs and
oysters. She can be reached at 954 201-8984 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ph.D., is a professor of natural sciences with knowledge in oceanography,
geology and environmental science. He is available to discuss what happens
underwater during a hurricane, as well as the physical effects, such as beach
erosion. Muza can be reached at 954-201-6771 or email@example.com.
Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Broward College. Dickens is available to
discuss the emotional affects of a hurricane, as well as tips on dealing with
the psychological aftermath of storm. She can be reached at 954-201-7396 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
a licensed architect and professor of architecture, is available to discuss how
to prepare your home to be protected during hurricane season, including the use
of hurricane-resistant architecture. He can be reached at 954-201-7396 or email@example.com.
John Pearce, a marine engineering instructor at Broward College,
currently lives on a 22-foot sailboat and has ridden out storms on his boat
during past hurricane seasons. He is available to discuss what to do with a
boat and where to dock it, depending on the storm track and which direction the
hurricane is headed. Pearce can be reached at 954-201-8624 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
information, contact Tina David at 954-201-7510 or email@example.com.
About Broward College:
Broward College is ranked as one of the top ten community colleges in the
nation by the Aspen Institute. Serving more than 68,000 students annually,
Broward College provides residents with certificate programs, two-year
university-transfer degrees, two-year career degrees and baccalaureate degrees
in selected programs. The mission of the college is to provide high-quality
educational programs and services that are affordable and accessible to a
diverse community of learners. For more information, visit www.broward.edu.